Well this school is ok and very appropriate, jk, because supposedly middle schoolers don't hold hands, said a Vice Principle. But it is ok when kids make out in the hall way but I cant hold my own girlfriends hand, and let me remind you we were just holding hands. Cant wait to get out of Crowley and go to college to start my own career to change the world.
This school is a good school but the leadership can be sometimes wishy washy. they need really need to change their vice-principals. never can speak to ther principal at all. when they have activities in the evening, no security is outside. the girls stands out by themselves if they have to leave before the events are over. there are no lights in the front or back of the building doing events. kids in the back of the building when you drive thru there and you don't know whats going on. it is completely dark
My child moved from a small town outside of Austin, TX to the Crowley Middle School starting her 7th grade year of School. She loves the School environment, everyone is treated equal and there is NO BULLYING. She wants and we have plans to let her Graduate here because this is the first School she has actually felt the Teachers, Staff and Rules are followed and Obeyed. The only issue we have is the School does not allow enough time for tryouts in Sports to Pick the Best for the Team Sports, this not giving all kids a fair chance at a sport they are new to in Middle School.
I am a student at HFS and I would say it's an ok school. I'm a good kid with ok grades so that lets me sit back and watch people. I have noticed that I have not once seen the princible. And the assistant princibles don't care about grades or bullying as much as dress code. The schedual has gotten a lot better. Anyways- GO EAGLES!!!!
if you want a school that challenges your childs physical and mental state then you found it as of academicly dont send your child here
Teachers seem to really care about the students and are looking out for thier best interests.
I have to say that H.F. Stevens has made some leeps and bounds over the past couple years. Though it has been a rough spot every once in awhile, I have seen the improvements it has made up close and personal. Many of these inmprovements are due to the relentless time and efforts of the entire school staff and its great leadership. The bar has been set, and now the students know what to aim for...and to aim high! I thouroughly understand the diffuculties that this school has faced and those the students face everyday, yet they have met those challenges head on and tackled them with grace and success! I would tell any parent that this is a great school filled with wonderful people who care about our kids and want to see them be successful. Go Eagles!
H.F. Stevens is a great school. They have not only survived some major changes, but they have handled them well with the students in mind in every move that they make. The students respnse has been wonderful. The success of the students is soaring like the EAGLES that they are. This school boasts an amazing administrative and instructional team that can hold a candle to any district. Being a title I school with major diversity in socioeconomic and racial make-up...I would say that this school is bridging the gaps and bringing academics to the forefront once more! Kuddos to H.F. Stevens Middle School!
This school is definitely a work in progress. The principals are working hard for the students to succeed and be safe. If only they would work just as hard for the teachers. Some of the principals have a cold persona when interacting with teachers. We are all their for one common goal...to make kids successful. We should operate as a team.
The dress code in this school is ridiculous -- they might as well go straight to uniform. It's extremely crowded and not all students get the attention and help they need. They're basing most of their lessons on the TAKS, like most Texas schools. There are many fights. The schedule is ridiculous. This just isn't a great school to go to. The only positive thing I can think of is that most of the teachers are great! The majority /try/ to be as helpful as possible and some really make learning fun.
Things are changing for the better at H.F. Stevens with the new principal as of 2006-2007. The call-out system is used to keep parents informed, and there is a definite emphasis on academics now, with additional programs for interventions. Lots of new qualified teachers who are excited about teaching. The differences in administration and partnering with families at H.F. Stevens are noticeable. Mr. Neeley, Dr. Anderson, Ms. Benton, and Mr. Stewart are working hard at H.F. Stevens. More parents should support this new team and get involved in CISD.
Discipline is fast becoming an issue. Principal is not addressing issues and not supporting teachers.
This school is as all schools in Texas, they are more concerned with TAKS than the student doing well. My son is falling through the cracks and noone cares
This school has a very bad racial problem. I am hopeful the new principal will help solve some of these issues.
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